Kevin A. Rash, FACHE

FORV/S (BKD legacy)

Kevin Rash is a member of FORVIS Health Care Performance Improvement Team. He leverages his clinical insight and leadership experience to help healthcare providers improve their processes, create efficiencies and navigate major initiatives without costly operational disruptions. Mr. Rash also assists clients in margin improvement with operational flow, cost structure management, workforce productivity, and clinical and operational strategy. In addition, he brings his experience with two specialty hospital builds—an orthopedic hospital and a rehabilitation hospital—to his role to create programs to serve communities and population needs. He also has experience with multiple surgery center builds and has established surgical excellence programs in all settings. Prior to joining FORVIS, Mr. Rash worked in a variety of provider settings, including hospitals, trauma centers, integrated health systems and physician clinics. He has more than 25 years of experience in healthcare, including overseeing a rehabilitation program as a physical therapist and serving as the vice president of operations at a large, integrated healthcare system. He has also led the daily oversight of surgical services, supply chain, rehabilitation operations and surgical clinics, including anesthesia. Mr. Rash shares his industry experience by presenting at various industry events on topics including joint ventures, operational and margin improvement, staffing and workforce of tomorrow, and surgical services excellence. He is an active ACHE member and serves as mentor to early careerists. He also serves on the Missouri State University CRNA Advisory Committee and is a past member of the board of directors of the Missouri Healthcare Executive Group. Mr. Rash is a 1991 graduate of The University of Nebraska at Kearney and a 1993 graduate of Wichita State University, Kansas, with a Master of Physical Therapy degree. He is board certified in healthcare management as an ACHE Fellow.


Wednesday, March 22
2:00–3:00 p.m.
88H - Creating and Executing Staffing Strategy That Realigns to Services